Bachelor Nation stars Blake Moynes, Noah Erb and Zac Clark all met on season 16 of “The Bachelorette” and have remained close friends since the show.
Now the three are on a journey with Saving the Blue, a non-profit organization that recovers and restores endangered marine species.
The Bachelor Nation men are in the Bahamas, where they’re working to identify endangered sawfish habitats so they can help preserve ocean wildlife.
And as Bachelor Nation fans know, Blake is a wildlife advocate and has his own environmental conservation organization, the Mowgli Moynes Fund.
Zac took to Instagram to share photos from their first day on the job, writing, “Day 1. Great to be with @blakemoynes in his element. His passion for improving the world is contagious. It’s going to be a great week. The highlight today was spending time with the locals of Andros, including Henry (third slide), who worked at the local airport for 22 years while raising his 9 children. Incredible human.
What an amazing experience!
All of the guys shared updates from their trip on their Instagram Stories, including their boat breakdown, which Blake documented.
As Noah helps fix the boat, Blake is heard saying, “It’s okay. We knew a hiccup was going to happen on the first day. And it’s not a bad place to get a hiccup, honestly’, while showing off the amazing view.
And their trip comes just in time for World Oceans Day, which is today, June 8. If you want to know more about the organization the guys work with, Saving the Blue, Click here.